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after day? there was even one firm that said they made money four years in a row, every single day. well, you have to be getting information that other people don't have. otherwise, statistically, that's an impossibility. >> actually, high-frequency traders are getting the same market information that joe saluzzi gets. they're just getting it a little bit sooner. it's only a few fractions of a second sooner, but if you're running supercomputers, saluzzi says, it can be an eternity. what you're saying is, the people with the fastest computers have an advantage. they get the best deals. >> every time. absolutely, there's no doubt about it. i mean, if they're spending that kind of money and they're using that type of infrastructure, they're doing it for a reason, and it is to get a speed advantage in that respect. >> it's not just the speed of the supercomputers that's important. it's also their physical location. the closer they are to the stock exchange's server, the quicker they'll be able to get critical market information. >> well, this has been in the works for at least four years at
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